Thursday, September 15, 2011

Jalebi - ICC for month of August


Jalebi is one of my favorite sweet. This is for the Indian cooking challenge for the month of August. I have not tried Jalebi myself at home. When i saw this challenge i was happy and felt like trying it immediately. Main thing in making jalebi is mixing the dough. We have to be careful, I prepared with great care and succeeded in my challenge. This is a real challenge for me. Here we go in to the recipe. Happy to post this sweet recipe. And I’m sharing this recipe for my 102 followers and thanks for following me. And Even i share this recipe for my Blog which has crossed 200 post... thanks all for supporting me...This Jalebi is for u all... Enjoy ....

Ingredients
All purpose flour / Maida - 100 gm
Curds / Yoghurt - 1 cup
Lime juice - 1 tsp
Cornstarch - 30 gm
Hot oil - 1 tbsp
A large pinch of saffron color
For Sugar syrup
Sugar - 1 cup
Water - ½ cup
few pinch of saffron
Oil for deep frying

Method
For mixing Batter
In a bowl, take all the ingredients and whisk the curds, lime juice, flour, cornstarch, saffron color and the hot oil together to make a thick batter. Set aside to ferment overnight.

Making sugar syrup
Take sugar with water in a hard bottom vessel  and heat till sugar dissolves. Stir well and Bring to a boil till you reach a light syrupy consistency. Add little saffron to it. Keep  it warm.

To press out the jalebi in oil
Heat oil in a wide mouth pan and keep it over medium-low flame. Spoon batter into a piping bag or zip-top bag with one corner snipped off or oil/sauce dispenser with a medium size nossel . Put the batter into hot oil like making murukku (be really careful) and fry till crisp and pale golden. Now add the fried jalebis into warm sugar syrup for a few minutes remove with a slotted spoon and serve warm.

17 comments:

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Wow.. perfectly done and mindblowing clicks too.... Congrats on your 200th post too!!
Krithi's Kitchen
Event: Serve It - Steamed

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Jalebi looks irresistible. Would love to indulge in it .

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Priti said...

wow you got it perfect ....am drooling here

Vatsala. said...

literally drooling over these jalebis.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Wanted to try this for a long time,looks so so perfect,yummy :)

vaishali sabnani said...

hey..these look so gooey..v well done..n congrats on the 200th post!!..but plz check..not able to get to u r blog with that link on icc ...

Rituparna said...

Those jalebi's look mouthwatering...

Sapthanaa Balachander (Alias) Abilashini said...

Wow .. this is my all time fav.. awesome recipe..
thanks for sharing..

simply.food said...

Made to perfection.

Priya said...

Prefect looking jalebis, seriously cant take my eyes from ur clicks Divya,congrats dear..

jeyashrisuresh said...

perfectly made jalebis. wonderful clicks

divya said...

Looks mouthwatering !!

sangee vijay said...

wow....jalebis looks so tempting and you made it perfectly...congratz on your double century and i wish you many many more...keep rocking !!

Archana said...

Congrats on all 3 counts 200 posts, 102 followers and wonderful jelabies.
Do check out my event and send me your entries.

Srivalli said...

Divya, congrats on your milestones..jalebis have come out well..glad that you joined us..

PriyaVaasu said...

Looks great!!!1 Wonderful Clicks!!!

Jay said...

wow...sounds super tasty..
excellent try divya..:)
u r welcome in my space too...
http://tastyappetite.blogspot.com/2011/09/mutton-fried-rice.html

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